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Petitioning U.S. Senate

davy crockett's desendants cheated for inheirtence


                               Litigation or white collar crime

Davy crockett  fought and said he wanted peoples heirs to have their possesions their peers had gained instead of a rich partision getting them.

 Davy Crockett fought a mountain lion in oklahoma,the cherokee named kaufman nursed him back to health they had changed their name to kaufman and said they were irish blacks to get jobs,Elroy kaufman was Davy Crocketts Cherokee bastard. the Crocketts learned of his affair but did not find the kaufmans because they were looking for indians,and the Kaufmans were not on the records.Davy Crockett had Jim Bowie take back some money from the Alamo to Elroy Kaufmans mother to help her raise him, their offspring is the last of the direct decendants of davy Crockett.

Davy Crockett  fought for there freedom,some of them fought for yours,give them back the crockett forest.

 PROVERBS 13;22   A GOOD MAN LEAVE AN INHERITANCE FOR HIS CHILDREN'S CHILDREN

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and now his direct descendants are shoved out, and his property was given to a man who adopted so he would get what was not rightfully his parents to give,

Davy Crockett fought a mountain lion with a knife, and was scratched deeply in many places, this happened in Oklahoma, not in Texas like the book says, and he did not get up from this fight and start trading with the Comanches, he was taken in by a Cherokee Indian with a German name, of Kaufman. and nursed back to health, and this is where he left his Cherokee bastard named Elroy Kaufman, it was Jim Bowie he sent back there from the Alamo with money for his mistress to help with his offspring,this was close to the grey horse reservation. the Kaufman name was used by them so they could claim they were black Irishmen and get jobs,

Davy fought for there freedom,some of them fought for yours,,give them back the Davy Crockett forest.
proverbs 13;22 A GOOD MAN LEAVES AN INHERITANCE FOR HIS CHILDREN'S CHILDREN